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Are You Using Your Correct Eye When Photographing?

4930275692_0e90d42330In a blog post Kent Weakley writes

Okay many of us take this one for granted. However, in a recent class, a student asked me “which eye am I supposed to look through the camera’s viewfinder with?” The answer is – your dominant eye. We all have one eye that’s stronger than the other, or that we prefer more than the other.

He goes on to show how to determine which is your dominant eye and explain how those with left eye dominance have an advantage when using a DSLR. Read the full post at the link below.

Are You Using Your Correct Eye When Photographing?

Creative Commons image from familymwr taken by SGT Pablo Piedra.

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